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JJwinston

New Guy - Thanks for the advice!

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Good day! I went out for the second time with my 2000 426 and had a much more productive ride. The starting advice EGO and others gave was very much appreciated, and worked every time. No, I didn't need to blip the throttle for the first start, just turn the gas on, pull the choke, find the spot, and kick. Nothing to it. I spilled a couple times, and only once did I actually need the hot start pulled. Thanks! Now I can try to learn how to ride this thing! :)

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Well at least you have this to think about, this is the easiest to ride purpose built motocross bike ever built by Yamaha. Now go have fun.

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Originally posted by JJwinston:

, find the spot, and kick.

Know if only the G spot was as easy to find? hehehe

:D:)

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